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  1. Google Axes iGoogle, Chatback & Google Mini

    Google’s Symbian Search App: The search app for Symbian smartphones is another casualty, though Google did not release a firm closing date, only saying it will be retiring “soon. In another of what Google calls their “spring cleaning” announcements...

  2. Google’s 13th Birthday: 12 Top Stories From the Past 12 Months

    As of July, Android now commands 41.8 percent of the U.S.smartphone market share, according to comScore; Android also recently passed iOS in Europe, and now has a 22.3 percent share of smartphone users, trailing Symbian’s 37.8 percent share...

  3. Mobile Marketing Session at SES New York and Mini MBA Program at Rutgers

    Nokia's Symbian operating system is also provided with a barcode scanner, which is able to read QR codes. What's more, 75 percent of those already marketing to mobile consumers plan to increase their spending by an average of 59 percent compared...

  4. U.S. April Mobile Searches Get 90% Boost Via Apps, 50% Via Browsers; Social Networking Still Biggest

    According to comScore, 78% of smartphone (defined "as a mobile device with the following operating systems: RIM, Apple, Microsoft, Google, Palm, Symbian") users aged 3 years and more accessed their browsers in April 2010 and 80% accessed...

  5. YouTube App for Windows Mobile and Symbian S60 Adds More Languages

    YouTube has added five languages to its application for Windows Mobile and Symbian S60 phones. The new languages are: Brazilian Portuguese Polish Russian Swedish Czech This brings the total languages supported by the YouTube mobile application to 12.

  6. Mobile Internet Usage Becomes the Norm for Many in U.S.

    Feature phones (define) are phones that don't have an open operating system, such as Symbian or other smartphones. Accessing the mobile Web is a daily activity for 22.4 million mobile users in the U.S.according to research released by comScore.